Dyson’s electric cars will deal with the ex-president of InfinitiJanuary 23, 2019
A billion dollars will be invested in the project of electric vehicles
Former Infiniti President Roland Kruger joined Dyson. From April of this year, he will head the automotive division, which is developing a model for electric.
As reported by Autocar with reference to Dyson CEO Jim Rowan, more than a billion dollars are planned to be invested in the electric car project this year. The company’s headquarters will be transferred from the UK to Singapore, where the company will be built to produce electric cars. The conveyor of the plant is scheduled to start in 2021.
In addition to Kruger, technical director of Aston Martin Ian Minards and director of marketing strategy for the Jaguar Land Rover group Andy Gotorpe moved to Dyson.
About plans to release its own electric car Dyson told two years ago. The amount of investment in the development of machines and solid-state batteries will be two billion pounds. In this case, the manufacturer intends to create all the components of the machines independently, without using any third-party ready-made solutions.
It is expected that electric cars will be sold under the brand name Digital Motor. The initial line of the brand will include three models. Detailed information about them yet.
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